Choose your Automotive paint color for your 2006 Mercedes-Benz C Class Sport Coupe

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 2006 Mercedes-Benz C Class Sport Coupe, please note: The code on your identificaiton sticker will normally have many numbers in it with no prefix identifying a number as a paint code. The paint code will either be three or four digits. Some times the code will have a prefix of DB but this is not consistant. Click here for Mercedes Benz examples.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
2006 Mercedes-Benz C Class Sport Coupe Touch Up Paint | Arktikweiss 147, 9147 147, 9147 Arktikweiss


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Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:

Paul K, owner of a 2005 Mercedes-Benz Clk Class from Granite Bay, CA

The touchup pen works very well, although one nick is taking repeated applications. Paul Koenig

Fred S, owner of a 2005 Mercedes-Benz CLK Class from San Diego, CA

The spray color Alabaster White 960 was a perfect match for my Mercedes. I advise using spray rather than pen or brush for anything larger than a very tiny area. In using the spray I offer the following advice: Be patient in sanding well with fine sand paper to make area completely smooth. Clean area before spraying. When masking the area to be sprayed, tape a considerable distance from the area to be sprayed so there's no ridge that remains from excess spray against the tape. Be patient and use several coats of light spray allowing each coat to dry well before the next coat is applied, rather than spraying heavy coats that may pool. Then spray a couple light coats of lacquer finish in the same manner. Good luck!

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